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There are many possible reasons that cause a dog to vomit, from eating too fast to poisoning to chronic health problems such as IBD, liver problems, stomach ulcers, and more. It is therefore extremely important to ascertain the underlying root cause of vomiting in dogs, so that it can be treated properly.
Occasional vomiting in dogs who have no other illness symptoms and are otherwise alert and active can be managed and treated at home using natural remedies.
However, be particularly careful if your dog is a puppy or an older dog since their immune systems are weaker. Always watch out for dehydration that may occur as a result of vomiting.
This page introduces some natural dog vomiting remedies, such as herbal and homeopathic remedies, that you may find handy to treat an occasional bout of dog vomiting. If you want to find out more about the signs and the possible causes of dog vomiting, please click here.
Some herbs are very effective in treating vomiting in dogs. For example:
Homeopathic remedies are effective in treating acute onset of vomiting in dogs. It is therefore useful to stock up on some essential homeopathic remedies in your dog first aid kit for needy situations.
This is an effective remedy for vomiting (and diarrhea), caused especially by food poisoning, garbage eating, and other toxic poisoning. Dogs needing this remedy are restless and thirsty. They also feel nausea and chilly. Vomiting may be painful and the vomitus is very often foul-smelling.
If you dog vomits as a result of overeating or having eaten some rich foods, this remedy is appropriate. Usually the vomiting is accompanied by nausea which cannot be relieved even by vomiting.
This remedy is effective for vomiting as a result of drug reactions. Dogs who need Nux are usually chilly and irritable. Vomiting may be painful and may also be accompanied by painful diarrhea.
If your dog vomits undigested food several hours after eating, try this remedy. Dogs needing this remedy are chilly and not thirsty. They tend to be very "clingy" and crave undivided attention from people.
If you don't want to concoct your own remedies, here are some natural products of dog vomiting remedies that are effective. (Click on the links to find out more):
The various herbs (such as licorice, slippery elm, alfalfa) combined with probiotics, enzymes, and vitamins in this formula give gastrointestinal support to and help digestion in dogs (and cats).
It is most effective for dogs suffering from digestive problems, such as vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, poor digestion, as well as food allergies.
This is a Chinese herbal remedy for digestive problems, such as vomiting, nausea, regurgitation, and diarrhea. It also works well if your dog suffers from motion sickness.
This is a combination of flower essences designed to balance the emotional attitudes that present the physical state of the health issue - vomiting. Animals respond well to flower essences, which are completely safe and can be used in conjunction with conventional medicines.